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it's a really controversial thing i really want to cover and as a reporter in order for me to nora my boss to send me an apology i have to nail down these interviews and then pitch it back to her and let her know what. a guy who are you i don't buy oh you wondering well ok so it looks like we've got you know use for the belgian story really yeah so why don't they usually just not let you know of course or we have for so far and i'm hoping for with why. i would like to do this ok ok yeah let's go let's go to brussels for a couple of d.c.'s i think it's not here all right with latin thank you. both for brussels and i hope the storable sounds ok. we are right. we're going to make this a killer story because i have done the leg work and i really get it this job and i do not care if they think. i am working ten times harder than anybody and
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i really i am going to go put my head and a simple bowl because i think fair with washed hair and because i over process yesterday which i would go eyeball i'm going to just. we are going to interview a pallet of nurse. writhing women stare deals with terminally ill kids. and. they're going to. meet families who've lost children to cancer. really doing their whole family interview them and we're going to get on the ground floor of what euthanasia would do to these families because the one interview that. i noticed i was watching an
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interview on our t.v. the guy who passed this film didn't have any children didn't have a single patient class of euthanasia so we're going to put a face on the story. for people. i'm going to face on the story the people think will get it. but if you claim. this is the first time we've been in the country for a story for our t.v. . it's awesome it's awesome. you're pretty good at this is come together because i get to do that and we're in your work you know. how my first time. and i will feel better words i get i'm right. well this story is critical to me
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because i like the subject better i think the political scientist in me and like what this is going to do to belgium i'd like to i don't i tell plank the fact that they passed this but i like. being able to dissect this. it's important for me as a journalist to cover this because it's a hard hitting piece and i mean this i need the story. of a village cold. and away he had to meet a family. of basically going to show us how they survived the winter in the great siberia. more importantly in the coldest place in the world and i can breathe because it. is fresh but it's so i see that makes it difficult to just.
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reed. isn't that weird. i'm just happy to be out of the city to be honest it's kind of nice to be in a huge little village with your biggest problem and it smells of home cooked meals and it's pretty face and this is probably our first really good meal. so yeah i'm excited to move in this house at the moment i'm going there most. people will know that happens when you join in with bonnie remember i want. to say that they just using lots of butter i love but i think. it's a room for. having me yet i'll. tell. you how much.
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i'm going to back out on how will you. kindly tell me because i've noticed that everything here gets used so and she just said that. part of an animal . well if. you know the whole of making instrument. test and stuff and then the bloods and freeze in them. so i think i love that they don't waste a new thing because in the west we waste so many things so much food is being wasted and i'll hear every single thing. from blood being. tested. it's all good but you gotta give it up to them the fact that you know they make most of. them that they have. it doesn't look appetizing but i. we're going to move. into. so i'm curious can
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i can i can get you to get my back turned. you. know it's been wishy reading. from monday for me and told me. and this is the stomach of one. which you know we've always believed. of you know. where the table of names and. where the group put this. ok what do i do with this dream ok thank you. but. if you measure three times to. make everything's ok.
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so by you know toasting three times it means that everything is going to be ok. everyone's well i'll sure from think. that's pretty against it only it wasn't that good of the night that i prefer local you got to be better so we have liver and fat then we have intestines in blood take toes smush room. a lovely source of. vegetables. butter homemade butter some raspberries here and this looks very beautiful which. was the bus. so we haven't tried soup.
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so high. school home. my life is complete shit my life is no. soup. include things like a lonely. why does. no one put on who has them like a lot of them. and that was outside their influence. and were late. we needed taxes. here so i guess it was because that's the best you can do you know what it's going
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to take for ever ok get your sister to go to the dentist that's. your right. so his advice is not a call one it's we stand at the stop the process frequently apparently we need to stand the rain throughout forty minutes great great. time. are you serious about. what i mean it's now. you know because.
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because there's such shares. never no pressure. if you take. my commute i'm fine i don't need coming to the city cab i didn't get. why it was a back of the line. to think. that i am never late and i hate that feeling. paid to scaling. back. the bad advice given to do it anyways who was as we got a taxi about but news these places like help an hour away from china let's get him and go it's time for you like it's fine all right we're not really we should call
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rude late already and when it's time. for three because if we have to be followed around by we make a great team guy fine fine fine which is incredibly hard to swallow because there's no legwork on his part. and they're still not even at our meeting and like that we have stuff we have led works all the deal he's not interested in doing and i don't mean to bash colleague because i hate people like that to bash other people i'm not trying to do that but they're there still a lot of leg work here to do and it would be helpful if i actually did have a partner to do that way it's a speed limits. say that you're in a lister supposed deal with any situation and special way that it's been. and it's because like climbing was really really bad. you know when you are.
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in on a trip like this with a very short period of time to fill up so the everything. you need to be like. able to be working like this you know and pleasant to know where you're going just like time is precious and you can waste any any second of the trip here is the address and that's where we are now we're right here right here and you talked to him before director on just you know. they said i think i'm so stupid to get. it who does and serious this is i can't believe all. hospital. it's.
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grow. old pictures of today's leaves a lot longer than a month from around the globe. look to. the. look it was a terrible day the i'm very hard to take on the americans the longer the clock that never had sex with the perfect hair plugs let's look up the law. lists the i'm subluxation
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lists a bit. of a. lead the scene. first strike. and i think the term. on our reporters twitter. instagram. the interview.
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click on your. face. a pleasure to have you with us here on our team today i'm sure.
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what else. how are you. so despite me going over this this morning. and sleeping. and getting out and worst thing that's. still been another. which is amazing amazing. so we went to the hospital with a similar address to the hospital. and were able to get that interview rescheduled for this afternoon and in the meantime we're doing the dad who lost his daughter his interview now and we're in we're on our way to his house. and i want to stress this i have no one helping me i have no one helping me and another person who wants
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the story and once cameras i have no one helping me. or you want to do this. ok how because you know. i just want to talk to him one on one christiane it's like it's fun if it takes for me to get what i need from him. but this. is going. on here. that. ok. i will have to spend. a lot of thank you.
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have you will be milking a car and we have only one page because the smile there is very terrible and i had to do it quickly so that i was supposed to know. that actual. fuck. very concerned that i'm going to not the size you want to see just before you go. it's that i've seen people what i thought oh oh oh oh oh oh oh oh oh oh oh oh oh oh my god let the little girl go go go go i didn't. go to morning yet. but i. would love. to marry him believe me that come. to. me every city girl dreams of this moment in the groove and i'm about a holy all stuff. oh no i feel that i'm hurting her oh.
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you're going through. ok. i'm. sorry mirabelle money. oh my god this new song we had over by the way the beautiful thing. was all through the world. what we're going to have in this. city girl i didn't think i'll be able to do it but i did it and there is a reason why they're wonderful people. who do follow me because i am not a farmer but i still did it so i'm i'm happy about it. we gotta get out of. this
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get out. oh my god it's so good to have some kind of fresh air and. it's not like i don't know. but i got to do some milking even though it wasn't perfect. but i don't want to tell you what it feels like a exactly but i'm pretty sure most of you can work out what i'm trying to say and. that's what i need more practice. anyway so you've got a school and you know trying to get somebody here. except it's a calm. down for life. anyway rest. probably rest thank you what happened to you you know if you buy
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a painting. and only really kid who will be well in the car always has a. well. known oh. this. how are you going to come it's so nice to see you it's a pleasure to be in your home i know that you very much. ok so. this interview is. done with the you know when you're. well we're going to take you upstairs and if we're going to go through her room.
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her hair or something just. do you mind if we do that right after i say i don't want to get in for. actually having what i went through is sticking it out i want to take a. good instance. we've. just . come back later i guess. on. our way here. so the reason we're here is to talk about your daughter its own and who she was and if you could just start from the start from the beginning for me the very beginning . the very beginning of ball true whose name is that i was born force of september ninety ninety one. she was
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born. eighty years of our twerking because we couldn't have children. but then she came. and we were so proud and so happy about that and she she grew up without any problems and the suddenly she said to us. my my legs don't. we're. anymore and we went to the hospital and off tour the three days of intensive research we had to hear that she had to. look you knew what was there a time in your daughter's illness when you knew this is the time we prepare for a weapon didn't want to prepare for yes. so as i told you. ever seen went quite positively. till.
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two may two thousand and six. because the doctor told me that one months before she died that she would die. and it was a horrible period when i see kids. well why aren't who aren't carrying who aren't loving their parents and so on i'm sorry about that she had to write to. her. i think what. called. different a souped up right child would have been down ok and i would not be a good you wouldn't be ok with that writes. i do i do i do
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we. really there. is a list of sadistic. cautious my book which talks that you. probably have mascara. she's. ok. never cried on camera so unprofessional. for you. because all the people don't seem to write while we're but they watch t.v. it was so frustrating when the guy was so we've been talking on the couch for what felt like for ever that story took for ever and he held it together and then we talk about the day his daughter is dying and how he never cried and then our camera guys decide they've had enough filming and they say we're going to get some kind of ways now go around the couch the back of
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a guy's head and he starts sobbing well having to share the interview was fine i wish that my the process that i had laid down before we started had been respected that was not a gentlemanly thing to do or a colleague thing to do if i were the reporter that was covering the story i would never violate my colleague's request i would respect their whatever they're doing wait until they're done and then get the interview i would never but it and interrupt it and go ok it's my turn can you i know you're not done but this is what i want and could you please shoot my best side that would never happen with me and i would like tomorrow i would like to be able to control my own interview i said this interview this is my guest this is my story i'm being hijacked i don't want somebody waiting like a hal and for than i can that's free to kill it. this
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people come to untouched for sins and leave massively for the sake come on. we're not going to quit we will not stop until it is done what is more precious music more moving. despite all the democracy slogans that read hard from the white house because you seem to believe that deep down the us administration has a sort of cultural bias towards a believing that arabs or iraqis on simply not capable of democracy in the middle east is that it's been the site for multiple competitions by great powers and empires no real ability to consolidate legitimate missions states except under military dictatorships i think if these parts of the world were left alone a little bit more by the rest of us it's possible that we might see more successful
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